Search Results for 'IMRO Live Music Venue of the Year Awards'
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DAN DEACON is a composer whose work has been heard in Carnegie Hall. He is a legend within indie and electronic music. He is an artist. He is an entertainer. He is all these things.
STEVEN SHARPE writes about gay male sex with the kind of ribaldry and attention to salacious detail Prince and Snoop Dogg brought to their songs about straight male sexual adventures.
THE CLOCKWORKS, one of Galway's most exciting bands, and who have been gaining attention abroad, release their new single, 'Rumours In The Stockroom', on Friday February 16.
FOUR AWARD winning comedians, all at the early stages of their careers, and three of whom are based in Galway, will gather together for your entertainment at the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh this week.
The Quays, one of Galway city's most popular bars and live music venues, has won the IMRO Best Venue Connacht Award 2016 at the IMRO Live Music Venue of the Year Awards which were held recently in Dublin.
THE LOW Anthem, the American indie-folk and roots band led by Ben Knox Miller and Jeff Prystowsky, have announced a new British and Irish tour which will include a show in Galway.
THE HOT 8 Brass Band, the phenomenal New Orleans jazz-funk-hip hop band have brought the house down on numerous occasions when playing Galway in the past and will do so again this weekend.
THREE OF Galway's leading DJs and rising indie rock/post punk band Bob Skeleton will hit the mainfloor of the Róisín Dubh this Saturday for the latest Mitch Presents: Indie Disco.
BRY, THE Irish singer-songwriter, YouTuber, and blogger, plays an all ages show in the Róisín Dubh on Saturday April 23 at 6pm, and he remains determined to play every country in the world.
ASH, THE County Down alternative-rock/power pop trio, have announced their first Galway show in almost a decade, when they play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday December 17.